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Use the following 17 sets of fully adaptable multiple choice, matching, free response, and personal reflection questions (45 items total) to get your students actively previewing and/or reviewing material from your unit on learning.
These easy to integrate questions are perfect for AP test prep, sparking class discussion, and providing quick feedback on student understanding and mastery.
The fourth slide is an answer form template to be printed out and given to students and used to assess their answers.
Each day’s question(s) has three slides in this package. The first, contains only questions, answer choices (where applicable), and corresponding images. The second slide adds highlighted answers to the mix. The third slide provides teachers with a list of (2-6) extra resources (websites, articles, videos, simulations) to teach/assign students on the questioned terms and concepts. In total, there are links to 51 extra resources!
While designed as a way to start class, these are also useful as exit activities/tickets.
All links are active at the time of publication.
• Title Slide, Slide 1
• Table of Contents, Slide 2
• Directions, Slide 3
• Student Response Template/Handout, Slide 4
• Introduction Questions, Slide 5
• Stimulus vs. Response, Slide 8
• Classical Conditioning & Pavlov’s Experiments, Slide 11
• Acquisition & Extinction, Slide 14
• Generalization & Spontaneous Recovery, Slide 17
• Identifying the UCS, UCR, CS, & CR, Slide 20
• Shaping Behavior, Slide 23
• Reinforcement & Punishment – 1, Slide 26
• Reinforcement & Punishment – 2, Slide 29
• Schedules of Reinforcement – 1, Slide 32
• Schedules of Reinforcement – 2, Slide 35
• Cognitive Maps & Latent Learning, Slide 38
• Intrinsic Motivation & Biological Predispositions, Slide 41
• Operant Conditioning Principles in Schools, Slide 44
• Observational Learning & Modeling, Slide 47
• Thorndike, Pavlov, Watson, Skinner, & Bandura, Slide 50
• Classical vs. Operant Conditioning, Slide 53